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  • John Doershuk
    Please excuse any cross-listings! POSITION OPENING: Project Archaeologist, General Contracts Program (GCP), Office of the State Archaeologist. This is a
    Message 1 of 38 , Dec 6, 2000
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      Please excuse any cross-listings!

      POSITION OPENING: Project Archaeologist, General Contracts Program (GCP),
      Office of the State Archaeologist. This is a full-time, 100 percent,
      benefited appointment at the Research Assistant III level at the University
      of Iowa.

      See: http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/archaeologyop.htm for full details.

      Conduct Section 106 CRM archaeology for public and private sector clients.
      Project Archaeologists report to and coordinate activities with the GCP
      Director but are responsible for the day-to-day organization and timely
      execution of field investigations, laboratory analyses, and report
      preparation including graphics. Work primarily involves projects in Iowa
      although the potential exists for projects in Missouri, Illinois,
      Wisconsin, and Minnesota (typically within a 6 hour radius of Iowa City).
      Extensive travel during field season weeks required; weekend overnight
      stays away from Iowa City are rare.

      Applicants must exceed the Secretary of the Interior's Professional
      Qualification Standards for Archaeology (36CFR61): a graduate degree in
      archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field (M.A./M.S. required);
      at least one year of post-graduate degree supervisory experience in
      Plains/Midwest archaeology; demonstrated ability to carry research (field,
      lab, and reporting) to completion in a timely and high quality manner;
      experience directing archaeological crews up to 12 persons in size; and
      ability to work effectively in a diverse environment.

      Desired Qualifications: Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA).
      Experience with Word, Excel, Access, ArcView GIS, and CorelDRAW computer
      applications on PC-based platforms. Experience with Topcon total station
      survey equipment and Trimble GeoExplorer 3 GPS units. Previous experience
      with Iowa cultural resource management projects. Individuals with
      experience in lithic analysis, geoarchaeology, or faunal analysis are
      especially encouraged to apply, although other specialties welcome.

      This is a full-time University of Iowa Professional and Scientific position
      in a great work environment with an excellent benefits package (five weeks
      paid vacation per year, TIAA-CREF retirement plan with significant
      University contribution, health/dental/life insurance coverage) and an
      estimated base full-time salary of $30,900 to $37,780 depending on
      experience/qualifications, with an increase 7/1/01. Desired start date is
      March 12, 2001.

      Applicants should refer to posting #40163 and send a current CV detailing
      experience, statement of interest and special skills, and the
      names/addresses/telephone/e-mail of three references to:

      John F. Doershuk, Ph.D., RPA
      Director, General Contracts Program
      Office of the State Archaeologist
      University of Iowa
      700 Clinton Street Building
      Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1030

      The University of Iowa is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative
      Action Employer. Qualified women and minorities are especially encouraged
      to apply. Applications must be received by January 11, 2001.
    • Kimberly Nagle
      Position:  Field Director/ArchaeologistRequisitionNumber:  2014-2410-09 S&ME, Inc., an engineering andenvironmental services firm, is seeking a full-time,
      Message 38 of 38 , Feb 3
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        Requisition Number:  2014-2410-09
        S&ME, Inc., an engineering andenvironmental services firm, is seeking a full-time, experienced Field Director or Archaeologist to be based in Columbus, Ohio or Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Candidates for the position must have at least six years of Cultural Resource Management experience in the Midwest, Eastern, and Southern United States, with at least two years supervisory experience.  The position requires a master’s degree or above in archaeology or closely related discipline, and the applicant must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s standards for an Archaeologist. The applicant must also be able to do physically demanding tasks, work in harsh weather and environmental conditions, and have good organizational and communication skills. Extensive travel throughout the Midwest, East, and South will be required.   
        This is a full-time position with pay based on experience. Successful candidates must meet the requirements of the company’s Fleet Management Program, Substance Policy and Reference check program. Go to www.smeinc.com and click the “Careers” link to apply and submit resume/CV, cover letter, salary history and expectations for consideration. Only qualified candidates with acceptable employment eligibility verification (I-9) will be considered. Visa assistance not provided.  S&ME reserves the right to fill this position with an internal or external candidate at any time during the search.  S&ME is not responsible for unauthorized job postings or submissions of resumes using external links/websites. 
        S&ME, Inc.
        Recruitment Coordinator
        3201 Spring Forest RoadRaleigh, NC  27616
        Email:  resumes@...
        No candidate/recruiter calls, personal calls or walk-ins accepted.
        An Equal Opportunity Employer. 
        Minorities/Females/Disability/Veterans; VEVRAA Federal Contractor

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